JSC “NPK “VTiSS”, a member of the RTI group of companies, will show for the first time at the International Military and Technical Forum “Army 2020” a new mobile control system designed to accommodate the duty services of the headquarters for the collection and processing of information, control, monitoring and management of units and formations.
Mobile Control Station (MCS) is a complex of technical means of communication and control, placed on the transport base of two cars, designed for transportation of people in off-road conditions. The purpose of designing the MCP is to create a mobile headquarters of high factory availability, with a full set of visualization and communication systems.
“The complex consists of two parts – a pneumatic frame module (PFM) and a mobile command post (MKP). MKP is a fast-moving arch structure to accommodate the personnel on duty in the field, and the control panel consists of two armored vehicles. It ensures prompt boarding and disembarkation, convenience and safety of passenger accommodation, as well as installation of necessary equipment and facilities, its maintenance, and dismantling. MKP is used in extreme conditions and ensures deployment of the operational headquarters in the shortest possible time”, – said Pavel Laptev, General Director of RTI JSC.
The complex is protected from any external connections and can operate 24/7, full deployment time – 1 hour. The capacity of the complex is 14-30 people depending on the configuration.
RTI is a private Russian scientific and production concern, a leading developer, manufacturer, and supplier of complex technological solutions, such as radar systems, integrated automated control systems and command centers, communication facilities, and various electronic devices. RTI has its own well-developed R&D infrastructure and well-equipped serial production sites employing more than 10,000 people: scientists, designers, engineers, and high-class specialists. RTI’s enterprises are located in Moscow, Saransk, Zelenograd, Dubna, Yaroslavl, Veliky Novgorod, and Vladivostok. It is a part of PJSC AFK “Systema”.